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Sonic the Hedgehog SatAM DVD Box sets have now been officially confirmed.

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    wwfpooh

    [21]Nov 14, 2006
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    DoctorEggman wrote:
    Season 3 ain't happenin'. The show is too old, and Sonic's look is too old for today's TV shows.
    Anyway, I have Seasons 1 & 2 on DivX, but I want better quality ones on DVD.
    And we'll get them in Febuary.
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    jmkahn

    [22]Nov 14, 2006
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    I think that sonic satam was a show ahead of it's time. It was meant for younger audiences yet had a dark tone. That is why i love it. So i cant wait utill march 27 2007 for it to be realeased.
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    wwfpooh

    [23]Nov 15, 2006
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    jmkahn wrote:
    I think that sonic satam was a show ahead of it's time. It was meant for younger audiences yet had a dark tone. That is why i love it. So i cant wait utill march 27 2007 for it to be realeased.
    Ditto. Then again, a lot of the childhood shows we've grown up with, I feel, were ahead of their time.
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    DoctorEggman

    [24]Nov 15, 2006
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    Although it had a dark tone to half of it, the other half had a happier tone like in Knothole Village.
    And it never lost that Sonic feel or Sonic Additude.
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    wwfpooh

    [25]Nov 16, 2006
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    DoctorEggman wrote:
    Although it had a dark tone to half of it, the other half had a happier tone like in Knothole Village.
    And it never lost that Sonic feel or Sonic Additude.


    This is why I liked it better than the rest...

    AoStH was too "watered down", although it did fit the "kiddie"-style of the games in an "American-ized" way.

    Underground was too random & didn't follow either game OR comic continuity (ex: giving Sonic a sibling when it was proven that he was an only child, hence why he--besides Uncle Chuck--became the only one gifted with the power of a power ring).

    Sonic X was too "anime"-inspired, which is understandable, considering it was made in Japan, but the American-ized dub of the series sucked. Not to mention that though it remained closer to the games than the other previous series', it also changed some major thing about the Sonic world (such as having Sonic grow up on Earth instead of planet Mobius, the return of the "Eggman" moniker [even though it's lame] for Robotnik, and the introduction of humans that kept the bonds of friendship between the Sonic characters to a minimum [i.e.; because of Chris' introduction to the Sonic franchise, Tails & Sonic don't have that "brotherly" bond they once had).
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    Mickelod

    [26]Nov 21, 2006
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    I already have them.
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    wwfpooh

    [27]Nov 21, 2006
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    Mickelod wrote:
    I already have them.
    Lemme guess...Ebay or DiVx?
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    Mickelod

    [28]Nov 22, 2006
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    wwfpooh wrote:
    Mickelod wrote:
    I already have them.
    Lemme guess...Ebay or DiVx?

    Ebay

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    talonmalon333

    [29]Nov 22, 2006
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    I can't wait for it to come to dvd! But I don't want them to make a season three. It's been like ten years, so it wouldn't be the same.
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    wwfpooh

    [30]Nov 22, 2006
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    They wouldn't make a Season 3 anyway, as the VAs have moved on...
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    dude71

    [31]Dec 20, 2006
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    Here it is SatAm fans, the moment you've all been waiting for since the announcement of the SatAm box set: The box art, special features, retail price, and release date have all been revealed.

    Firstly, the special features are as follows:

    1. Way Past Cool! A Conversation with Sonic Writer Ben Hurst
    2. The Fastest Thing Alive: A Conversation with Jaleel White
    3. Printable Heads or Tails Pilot Script
    4. Storyboard-to-Screen: The Doomsday Project - The complete episode shown with the animated storyboards
    5. Original Storyboards for an Unproduced Opening Title Sequence
    6. Original DiC Concept Art Galleries
    7. Easter Eggs Galore!
    8. Packaging Designed COMPLETELY by The Fans!
    9. Deleted/Extended Sequences for Drood Henge and The Doomsday Project. These sequences were never produced. They've animated the storyboards and bookended them with the scenes that would have come directly before and after to give you an idea of where they would have gone within the story.


    Keep in mind, that the deleted scenes mentioned in #9 are STORY BOARDS, in other words, still shots, not actually animated sequences. Also, the winners of the art contest for the box set's packaging are expected to be contacted any day now. Expect another news update when the winners are revealed.

    Next up, is the cover, drawn by former Archie writer/artist Ken Penders, in all it's finished, fully colored glory:

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    Please keep in mind that the coloring won't be this bright on the actual packaging.

    Finally, the suggested retail price will be $29.98, and the box set itself will be available everywhere in America on March 27th, 2007.

    Be sure to pick up this box set, Sonic fans.

    Courtesy Of Sonic News.

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    wwfpooh

    [32]Dec 21, 2006
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    Three words: Way Past Cool!
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    Mollyfan23

    [33]Dec 31, 2006
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    Will the DVD come out in the UK?
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    wwfpooh

    [34]Dec 31, 2006
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    Mollyfan23 wrote:
    Will the DVD come out in the UK?
    I'm pretty sure it will.
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    minimullen

    [35]Jan 9, 2007
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    this is the best series ever made.
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    wwfpooh

    [36]Jan 10, 2007
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    minimullen wrote:
    this is the best series ever made.
    As much as I like the series, I wouldn't go as far as to say that. ^_^
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    talonmalon333

    [37]Jan 13, 2007
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    dude71 wrote:

    Here it is SatAm fans, the moment you've all been waiting for since the announcement of the SatAm box set: The box art, special features, retail price, and release date have all been revealed.

    Firstly, the special features are as follows:

    1. Way Past Cool! A Conversation with Sonic Writer Ben Hurst
    2. The Fastest Thing Alive: A Conversation with Jaleel White
    3. Printable Heads or Tails Pilot Script
    4. Storyboard-to-Screen: The Doomsday Project - The complete episode shown with the animated storyboards
    5. Original Storyboards for an Unproduced Opening Title Sequence
    6. Original DiC Concept Art Galleries
    7. Easter Eggs Galore!
    8. Packaging Designed COMPLETELY by The Fans!
    9. Deleted/Extended Sequences for Drood Henge and The Doomsday Project. These sequences were never produced. They've animated the storyboards and bookended them with the scenes that would have come directly before and after to give you an idea of where they would have gone within the story.


    Keep in mind, that the deleted scenes mentioned in #9 are STORY BOARDS, in other words, still shots, not actually animated sequences. Also, the winners of the art contest for the box set's packaging are expected to be contacted any day now. Expect another news update when the winners are revealed.

    Next up, is the cover, drawn by former Archie writer/artist Ken Penders, in all it's finished, fully colored glory:

    Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting

    Please keep in mind that the coloring won't be this bright on the actual packaging.

    Finally, the suggested retail price will be $29.98, and the box set itself will be available everywhere in America on March 27th, 2007.

    Be sure to pick up this box set, Sonic fans.

    Courtesy Of Sonic News.



    Does it have every episode?
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    wwfpooh

    [38]Jan 13, 2007
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    It says the COMPLETE series, does it not? Common sense would then tell one that when they say a COMPLETE series, then...duh...it means EVERY episode in the series WILL be included.
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    talonmalon333

    [39]Jan 15, 2007
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    wwfpooh wrote:
    It says the COMPLETE series, does it not? Common sense would then tell one that when they say a COMPLETE series, then...duh...it means EVERY episode in the series WILL be included.


    OKay, I'm sorry. There's no need for sarcasm though. I thought you knew that, wwfpooh.
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    wwfpooh

    [40]Jan 15, 2007
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    talonmalon333 wrote:
    wwfpooh wrote:
    It says the COMPLETE series, does it not? Common sense would then tell one that when they say a COMPLETE series, then...duh...it means EVERY episode in the series WILL be included.


    OKay, I'm sorry. There's no need for sarcasm though. I thought you knew that, wwfpooh.
    ^_^ Sorry for snapping. I just thought it'd be painfully obvious.
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